Six New Netball Courts and Pavilion

Delivery of additional multisport facilities at Keirnan Park, Mundijong. 

Expected outcomes:

  • Safe and modern sporting facilities for girls and women
  • Meet growing demand for netball and multi-use courts
  • Improve participation in sport and recreation

Project overview:

The Keirnan Park Recreation and Sporting Precinct Masterplan has been endorsed for a 65ha site in Mundijong.

Key components:

  • Six netball courts (two courts allocated for multi-use – basketball/netball)
  • Fencing, lighting and retaining
  • Pavilion
  • Car parking.

What’s the community need?

The precinct is designed to meet our existing and rapidly growing future sporting and recreational needs. The precinct will provide high quality multisport facilities in a single location, capitalising on the efficiencies of shared infrastructure, and catering to modern sporting code requirements.

What’s happening now?

The State Government funded the delivery of Stage 1A, which includes AFL and cricket ovals and a shared pavilion.

The Shire is undertaking a needs assessment and concept design for the netball facilities.

The scope includes stakeholder engagement, needs analysis, cost estimates and a concept plan for delivery of the project in two stages:

Stage 1: six netball courts, services, access road, pavilion, change rooms, toilet facilities and part of the carparking.

Stage 2: nine netball courts and extension to the carparking. All courts will be covered, have lighting and line-marked for multipurpose use.

Funding request:

It is anticipated that the concept plan and costings will be available soon for consideration by Council.

Advocacy alignment:
  • Population Growth
  • Education Training and Employment
  • Financial Capacity